If you’re an experienced Chartered Civil Engineer with strong technical expertise within rail, new bridge and/or road design then this role of Associate Engineer could be for you.

Our client is looking for a Technically minded Civil Engineer to work alongside another Associate Engineer that is responsible for business/ team development aspects allowing you to focus purely on design responsibilities.


Let’s delve into the details:

As an Associate Civil Engineer, you’ll play a pivotal role in shaping the future of infrastructure, working on a wide range of predominantly Network Rail projects.


Here are the key responsibilities:

Project Leadership: Lead and manage the design and delivery of rail, bridge, or road projects from conception to completion.

Technical Expertise: Utilise your technical proficiency to conduct finite element analysis, ensuring structural integrity and performance.

Collaboration: Work closely with multidisciplinary teams, including architects, contractors, and clients, to achieve project objectives.

Mentorship: Provide mentorship and guidance to junior engineers, fostering their professional development.

Compliance: Ensure compliance with industry standards, regulations, and safety protocols.


Requirements: To thrive in this role, you’ll need:

  • Chartered Status with a recognised engineering institution.
  • Proven Experience and be able to demonstrate experience in rail, new bridge design, or road design projects.
  • Finite Element Analysis: Strong proficiency in finite element analysis software.
  • Communication and Leadership: Excellent communication and leadership skills.



The salary range for this position is £60,000 - £68,000 per annum, depending on your experience and qualifications.

  • Pension of 5%
  • 33-days annual leave.
  • 37.5-hour week
  • hybrid working.


If you’re ready to make a significant impact and advance your career in a dynamic and rewarding environment, apply now to join our client based in Glasgow!  

For more information, you can reach out to or call on 0131 264 0901.